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Posts published in “Day: July 17, 2015

M’membe, Mukosha Funga Freed

[Zambia Reports] Post Newspapers Editor Fred M'membe and reporter Mukosha Funga have been granted a K60, 000 bail by the Lusaka Magistrates Court.

M’membe, Mukosha Funga Freed

[Zambia Reports] Post Newspapers Editor Fred M'membe and reporter Mukosha Funga have been granted a K60, 000 bail by the Lusaka Magistrates Court.

Zambian Editor, Journalist Released On Bail

[News24Wire] A Zambian newspaper editor and a journalist arrested after publishing information related to corruption were released Friday on bail.

Zambian Editor, Journalist Released On Bail

[News24Wire] A Zambian newspaper editor and a journalist arrested after publishing information related to corruption were released Friday on bail.

Judge Grants Bail to Arrested Zambian Journalists

[IPI] Vienna -A Zambian judge today granted bail to The Post editor Fred M'membe and Post journalist Mukosha Funga, local sources have informed the International Press Institute (IPI).

Judge Grants Bail to Arrested Zambian Journalists

[IPI] Vienna -A Zambian judge today granted bail to The Post editor Fred M'membe and Post journalist Mukosha Funga, local sources have informed the International Press Institute (IPI).

World Press Group Condemns Charges Against Journalists

[IPI] The International Press Institute (IPI) strongly condemns the arrests this morning of Zambian editor and IPI World Press Freedom Hero Fred M'membe and journalist Mukosha Funga.

World Press Group Condemns Charges Against Journalists

[IPI] The International Press Institute (IPI) strongly condemns the arrests this morning of Zambian editor and IPI World Press Freedom Hero Fred M'membe and journalist Mukosha Funga.

Sanef Condemns Arrest of Zambian Editor

[SANEF] The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) strongly condemns the arrests on Thursday July 16 of Fred M'membe, the founder and editor-in chief of The Post newspaper in Lusaka, Zambia. M'membe was arrested together with journalist Mukosha ...

Sanef Condemns Arrest of Zambian Editor

[SANEF] The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) strongly condemns the arrests on Thursday July 16 of Fred M'membe, the founder and editor-in chief of The Post newspaper in Lusaka, Zambia. M'membe was arrested together with journalist Mukosha ...

China Becomes Largest Investor – Official

[Focac] Lusaka -A senior Zambian government official said China has now become the largest investor in the southern African nation with its investment having now reached more than 5.3 billion U.S. dollars, the Times of Zambia reported on Wednesday.

China Becomes Largest Investor – Official

[Focac] Lusaka -A senior Zambian government official said China has now become the largest investor in the southern African nation with its investment having now reached more than 5.3 billion U.S. dollars, the Times of Zambia reported on Wednesday.

Siasia Wary of Battle-Hardened Congo

[CAF] One of the shocking results during the second round qualifiers of the African U-23 Championship Senegal 2015, was the shock elimination of Ghana's Black Meteors by 'Les Diables Noirs' of Congo trained by widely-travelled Frenchman, Claude Le Roy.

Siasia Wary of Battle-Hardened Congo

[CAF] One of the shocking results during the second round qualifiers of the African U-23 Championship Senegal 2015, was the shock elimination of Ghana's Black Meteors by 'Les Diables Noirs' of Congo trained by widely-travelled Frenchman, Claude Le Roy.

Journalists Arrested in Lusaka

[CPJ] New York -Zambian authorities have arrested two journalists and accused them of publishing classified documents, according to news reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the arrests and calls on Zambian authorities to release them...

Journalists Arrested in Lusaka

[CPJ] New York -Zambian authorities have arrested two journalists and accused them of publishing classified documents, according to news reports. The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the arrests and calls on Zambian authorities to release them...